Howdy! For all you writers out there, the Sci Fi Romance Quarterly is accepting short stories for Issue #7. Deadline in June 1, 2015. It’s a paying market for SF romance of all shades and subgenres. Fiction editor is Diane Dooley.
Also, check out some of my posts at Smart Girls Love Sci Fi. Great interviews with Cathy Pegau and Cara Bristol. And an SF Obscure post on Buck Rogers in the 25th Century. I hope to have more coming soon.
And I have a new board up on PINTEREST with inspirations for my current WIP, The Broken King. Check it out. I also want to thank those members of the RWA forums for helping me to brainstorm a title.
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Spring comes one day and goes away the next.
I’m currently hard at work on a novel. Revision takes time. Anyhow, I’ve had the pleasure of interviewing some wonderful writers Roslyn Hardy Holcomb and Lisa G. Riley and doing a cover reveal for Anna Hackett. And I wrote another SF Obscure article on Tru Calling and Threshold.
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So, I did a new SF Obscure on the Canadian series, THE STARLOST. It features space Amish, men in orange leotards doing dance gymnastics to other men playing music on water glasses. It also has an episode about giant bees. This was the early 70’s so long mustaches and hairy chests abound.
As the years ends…it’s been fun for me. December is busy and I’ll be enjoying my holidays with family and friends.
Less Than Three Press is having a sale until December 31st! Stop by and check out many wonderful writers.
And I’ll be doing a guest post in January at Romancing the Genres.
OK. I know I should never read my reviews…and I have stopped. But, Boys in Our Books, was kind enough to take their time to read and write a nice review.
Plus a decent rating and some good criticism for me to improve with my next book.
It’s here! Just in time for nanowrimo. My very first published work. Available at Less Than Three or Amazon. Even has a nifty excerpt. A bit on the steamier side, fair warning.
OK. That’s all of my publicity spam.
Online writing: Interviews with Monette Michaels and Rachel Leigh Smith at Smart Girls Blog.
Most of this month has been spent editing and working on a few anthology submissions. Thanks to a wonderful beta reader, who agreed to go over a muck of a draft…I may be back in business for a new fantasy novella to make a second pass at next year.
And, I am doing the same moment of indecision about whether or not to do Nanowrimo. Possibly to network and support my friends, that’s always a plus.
I will be doing a few guest blog posts soon, so I will post updates as soon as possible.
So, what I’ve been up to writing online:
The Sci-Fi Romance Quarterly is now available. Read it online or download a copy. I contribute some reviews and a few reflections on SFR. Also at Smart Girls Love Sci Fi interviews this month with PJ Dean and Veronica Scott and a post on the Bionic Woman Reboot.
Looking forward to the release of MR RUMPEL AND MR GRIMM and hoping it’s enjoyed.
I am currently editing a new M/M high fantasy romance-no dragons this time, but lots of Elves, Shapeshifters of all sorts, Magic all over the place, and a good looking thief with a weakness for Elf princes.
MR RUMPEL AND MR GRIMM, an M/M fantasy romance (well, fairytale romance), is due out October 28. 2014 from Less Than Three Press.
It is now available for pre-order!
A goblin turned into a man. A handsome half-elf. Witches. Trolls. Faeries. Gold.